Images from the Washington Redskins-Jacksonville Jaguars game on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
2014 Midterms: Vulnerable Democrats
With President Obama's disapproval rating over 50 percent and resentment over Obamacare, IRS targeting and Benghazi, Republicans are in position to retake control of the Senate and increase their majority in the House.
Sen. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, the son of former Arkansas governor and U.S. senator from Arkansas David Hampton Pryor, won his seat in 2001 and was re-elected in 2008 with no Republican opposition. This time he's facing a challenge from one of the Republican Party's rising stars — Rep. Tom Cotton, 37, an Army veteran elected to the represent Arkansas' 4th District in 2012. (Associated Press)
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